Object-Oriented Programming with Java, part II – Exercise 1

Write a program that reads strings from the user until the user inputs the string “end”. As long as the input is not “end” the program should handle the input as an integer and print the cube of the integer (meaning number * number * number). My Code Main Model Code Main Comments I kind …

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To big to bailout. A new way is needed.

At the time of writing this there are record bailouts happening all over the world in support of business. In some ways this is a very strange thing, many business profits have skyrocketed since the 2008 financial crisis. According to Goldman Sachs business has had the best decade in 140 years and yet within a …

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Who tracks me – A two year review.

In response to a toot from Privacy International on Mastodon I thought it would be a good idea to review the sites I looked at in “Who Tracks Me part 1” and see if any improvement had been made. In 2018, I wrote the original Who Tracks Me piece as part of The Privacy Shop …

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